Razia Kunj, a Mumbai based jewellery designer known for her unique hand painted jewellerywill be presenting her designs at the prestigious Kala Ghoda Arts festival this February (2nd February- 06th February).Kala Ghoda Arts Festival is the country’s largest multicultural festival that aims at maintaining and preserving the heritage and art district of South Mumbai. Razia Kunj shares the same vision of preserving heritage and thus her jewellery pieces are inspired by art from the walls of galleries, temples, Indian folklore, dance form and tribal art from India.
With over 600 events spread over 9 days and stall spaces of different inheritances, Kala Ghoda is one of its kind. Razia Kunj is here to make the crowd aware about the quintessential India. She finds inspiration all around her and India is her forever muse. The architecture, geography, folklore, traditions, mythology, art forms and everything that makes India can be found in her designs. She is known for her designs as they are ‘art pieces that you can wear’.
The brand Razia Kunj is aunique interpretation that attempts to bring India closer to the world.Each jewellery line is individually designed, hand painted and handcrafted by a team of artist. The collection includes- Earrings, Bangles, Necklaces, brooches & buttons and more. She beautifully combines materials that compliments her designs. Like for her moksha collection she has combined teak wood, brass and cotton cords. Commenting on the association with Kala Ghoda Arts Festival, Razia Kunj, Artisanal Jewellery Designer says, “I am really excited to be a part of this biggest multicultural art festival of India. My jewellery pieces have inspiring stories of India that come alive in the form of art through brushstrokes. I want to make the crowd aware of what our nation comprises of and bring forth the nuances of indian culture in the form of jewellery. Above all, these are designs that will appeal to everyone who has a creative streak in them and likes to experiment with abstract fashion.”
So,don’t forget to drop by at Razia Kunj’s stall at Kala Ghoda Arts festival and pick the jewellery pieces that you would love to flaunt.